Complex Refractive Index Determination for Uniaxial Anisotropy with the Use of Kramers-Kronig Analysis
Abstract:Kramers-Kronig analysis of reflection spectra from a single interface with perpendicular ( s ) and parallel ( p ) polarization has been theoretically studied. The reflection spectra have been simulated from the complex refractive indices based on dispersion theory by using Fresnel equations for an anisotropic material whose optical axis is normal to the surface. The errors in anisotropic complex refractive indices obtained from simulated reflection spectra by Kramers-Kronig analysis have been examined for such techniques as external and total internal reflection spectroscopies.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 1, 1997
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